Today’s business competition is getting tougher, moreover there are more and more sellers with cooler innovations. To be able to compete, it turns out that it doesn’t only need innovation from the product, the promotion method must also be more creative. Especially now that something unique and rare is easily viral and known to people.
Interestingly, there are businesses such as food stalls and kiosks that actually attract attention because their banners are considered eccentric. Whether it’s because the trading strategy is unique and easy to remember, or it really fails to understand what it means to convey.
The series of shop banners that Hipwee managed to collect are quite funny, and might make you think before buying. However, this is precisely what makes these stalls so unique!
1. WTF, which we think is quite sensitive to say, has a much different length and meaning in this shop. Since when did WTF stand for change? So it’s not exclamation again~
2. Please, if you say you want to eat at this shop, don’t abbreviate when you say the name of the place, because it could be slander and misunderstanding, you!
3. Positive thinking It’s just that the seller doesn’t want to make him dizzy, but he’s arrogant because he’s good at physics~
4. What is clear is that this is not a mekdi shop, pitsa hator even ke-ef-si guys, because it uses English with a touch of local wisdom like this
5. Since when did Warung Tegal move to Padang, huh? Hey, what’s the concept? I’m sure, this shop makes people who want to buy rendang or who want to buy pindang get the wrong idea
6. Maybe this meatball stall only serves trance horse lumping and debus players because they sell mild steel and their friends
7. Is this what is called S3 marketing? He said it wasn’t good, but why did it run out? Are many curious to buy, finally selling well? Or, because of the seller low profile?~
8. This is what happens when branding chicken noodle and meatball stall with international taste and wisdom. The buyer must be amused when he reads~
9. Maybe it’s just more modern, but it makes buyers suspect that the chicken soup here has foam and smells like bath soap
Regardless of the business strategy or indeed the seller who failed to understand, but a stall banner like this makes buyers curious, so they take pictures and disseminate them. In the end, the shop can be famous too, right? Any ideas for making other banners that are funnier and think seven times?